.VRO files are created by DVD video recorders or camcorders with Mini-DVD disc using the DVD-VR format. The disc has a ‘VR_MOVIE.VRO file, containing the raw audio and video data for all video recordings. If you are using a Panasonic or Sony Camcorder or Samsung DVD Recorder that gives you .vro extension files. It can not import to Mac iMovie for editing, the standard video codec supported by iMovie is Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC), iMovie usually decode and encode imported files to AIC MOV videos, and then let you do editing. So if you want to edit VRO files with iMovie on Mac, please convert them into iMovie’s friendly format Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) MOV without losing quality…
Aunsoft release a powerful Mac VRO to iMovie AIC Converter, which can help your convert VRO files from your camcorders or recorders to iMovie friendly format Apple Intermediate Codec MOV with perfect quality and without audio syncing problems.
Now follow this guide to starting your VRO files to iMovie Intermediate Codec MOV conversion.
Step 1. Load VRO videos to Aunsoft VRO Converter for Mac.
After copying VRO videos to Apple hard drive, just run Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac as the VRO Converter, and click the Add button to load .vro videos.
Step 2. Choose Intermediate Codec AIC MOV for iMovie.
Click the Format option and choose QuickTime Movie Format > Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) Video (*.mov) as output video format. To get high quality video, you can click the Settings button and make sure the original option is used for the Bit rate option. The application will convert VRO files to AIC MOV for iMovie.
Step 3. Convert VRO files to Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) MOV.
Click the convert button under the preview window and the conversion from VRO files to Apple compatible Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) mov videos for iMovie starts immediately.
This Mac VRO Video Converter can also let you convert VRO files to Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 4444, etc MOV for editing in Final Cut Pro.